Undergraduate Student Work

 

This collection contains works written by undergraduate students in the Department of Computer Science at the University of Northern Iowa. All student works require department, unit, or individual faculty approval before they are posted to UNI ScholarWorks.

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Events from 2018

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rtk4all: Implementing a Low-Cost and Accurate Positioning System, Charcey Petersen Open Access Poster Presentation

Submissions from 2017

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Realizing EDGAR: eliminating information asymmetries through artificial intelligence analysis of SEC filings, Ryan H. Giarusso Open Access Honors Program Thesis

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Live notes: bringing the power of desktop MIDI input to the Android platform, Joshua Schriever Honors Program Thesis (UNI Access Only)

Submissions from 2016

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Motion virtual manipulatives in the elementary math classroom, Cole Boudreau Open Access Honors Program Thesis

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The efficient recovery of deleted data from NAND flash memory, Lisa Diercks Open Access Honors Program Thesis

Submissions from 2015

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Comparing application development between desktop and Android platforms, Ramya Varadaraju Honors Program Thesis (UNI Access Only)

Submissions from 2000

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Software piracy: Attitudes & opinions of computer users and implications for software manufacturers & consumers, Bharath Pola Open Access Presidential Scholars Thesis

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An inquiry into the development of expert systems in legal reasoning, Trevor K. Sheeley Open Access Presidential Scholars Thesis

Submissions from 1999

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Interface design, Susan Funk Presidential Scholars Thesis (UNI Access Only)

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Distributed artificial intelligence in a virtual reality setting: a case study, Rebecca Lohr Open Access Presidential Scholars Thesis

Submissions from 1995

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Efficient axis and circle detection through Hough transformation, Karissa E. Hobert Open Access Presidential Scholars Thesis

Submissions from 1991

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Actuarial computation of multiemployer pension plan withdrawal liability, Kelly A. Renze Open Access Presidential Scholars Thesis